Opinion: 1977 Tourism Video Will Restore Your Faith In Chicago -- I Dare You To Disagree"Chicago is all yours to discover, to explore -- it's whatever you want it to be. A quiet giant ablaze in light and color."
Skokie Woman is Chicago Area's First West Nile Case This YearThe Skokie Health Department says the 50-year-old patient's condition is improving.
Changes Afoot At U.S. Cellular Field -- Especially On The MenuAll of the focus has been on the Wrigley Field revamp. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov has a preview of new offerings at The Cell.
Voters Beware: Don’t Rely On City Website To Find Your New WardAt the beginning of 2012, the City Council approved a new ward map. Sadly, the city's website hasn't gotten the memo yet.
Classes Resume At Chicago Public Schools Friday
Some Small Businesses Optimistic About 2015We’re not talking about record profits for these small businesses. It’s more about a confident feeling that the economy is chugging along at a pace where they can expand. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Study: Jobs Prevent Violence In Chicago's Most Impoverished NeighborhoodsWith positive results from a summer jobs program for Chicago teens continuing to roll in, maybes it's time for Mayor Emanuel to accompany the mountains of praise he has for Chicago's youth programs with some more cash.
Float 300ft Above The Ocean In A Giant Glass PodRoyal Caribbean is set to launch a new series of "Quantum" class cruise ships in 2015 that will feature many new amenities, including an unrivaled view of the horizon.
Mayor Shrugs Off Teachers Union's Efforts To Defeat Him In 2015Mayor Rahm Emanuel seemed unfazed Tuesday by word that the Chicago Teachers Union plans to work to oust him from office in the next city election.